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Powerful L2+ Functions

ALL-SG86xx series includes multiple layer-2 functions that can control traffic in very different implementations with VoIP, video conferencing and IPTV. The ALL-SGI86xx series integrates many functions such as L2 multicast, IGMP snooping, MLD snooping, MVR (Multicast VLAN Registration), ERPS ring, IEEE1588PTP, MSTP (Multiple Spanning Tree), Q-in-Q VLAN and many more for traffic, hotels, enterprises and educational institutions keep full control at any time.

The PoE switches with a "P" in the name are the switches with integrated PoE. The Gigabit versions are fanless switches up to max. 370W. The PoE versions are equipped with a wide range of PoE features.

Overview of extra features

Time scheduling

Scheduling in PoE switches allows for efficient control of power supply to connected devices. By setting up schedules, administrators can automatically turn power on or off at specific times. This feature is particularly useful for conserving energy, rebooting devices, or implementing security measures without manual intervention. Scheduling capabilities in PoE switches offer flexibility and enhance network management.

PD Alive

The "PD Alive" (Power Device Alive) function in Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) switches monitors the activity of connected PoE devices. It serves to verify the connection and status of these devices. If a connected PoE device becomes inactive or stops transmitting data, PD Alive detects this and can take appropriate actions, such as resetting the connection or restarting the device to ensure the continuity of network operations. This helps improve network availability and reliability by responding to issues with connected PoE devices.


The ERPS (Ethernet Ring Protection Switching) feature in PoE switches enables the creation of a redundant network ring, minimizing downtime. By automatically detecting and redirecting traffic in case of failures or interruptions within the ring, ERPS ensures continuous connectivity and stability in the network. This functionality enhances the reliability of PoE switches, crucial for uninterrupted power supply and seamless data transmission in critical environments such as enterprises, offices, or surveillance systems.

IEEE1588 Präzise Systemuhrzeit Synchronisation / PTP Transparent Clock

The IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is utilized in Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) switches to synchronize precise time information. Transparent clocks within this protocol act as intermediaries, analyzing and adjusting packet timestamps to minimize network latency. These clocks play a crucial role in ensuring accurate timestamps and synchronization in Ethernet networks, particularly in PoE switches where power and data transmission are combined.



DDM Digital Diagnostic Monitoring

The Digital Diagnostic Monitoring (DDM) is a feature in network switches that allows real-time monitoring and diagnosis of optical transceivers. This tool provides vital information about the state of data transmission, such as temperature, voltage, transmitter and receiver power, as well as error detection. By utilizing DDM, network administrators can quickly identify issues, resolve performance bottlenecks, and optimize the overall network performance.

Dual Stack IPv4 & IPv6

Dual Stack IPv4 & IPv6 ist eine Funktion in Netzwerkswitches, die es ermöglicht, sowohl IPv4- als auch IPv6-Verbindungen simultan zu unterstützen. Durch die Implementierung von Dual Stack können Switches Datenpakete sowohl über das ältere IPv4-Protokoll als auch über das fortschrittlichere IPv6-Protokoll verarbeiten. Dies ermöglicht eine reibungslose Kommunikation zwischen verschiedenen Geräten und Netzwerken, unabhängig davon, welches IP-Adressformat sie verwenden. Dual Stack erleichtert die schrittweise Migration von IPv4 zu IPv6, indem es eine Übergangsphase ermöglicht, in der beide Protokolle parallel genutzt werden können, bis IPv6 weitläufiger angenommen wird.